Temperature calibration and characterisation of isothermal media
|[vc_text_separator title=”What is the characterisation of isothermal media based on?” title_align=”separator_align_left” color=”blue” css_animation=”none”]Characterization is a test method used for temperature and humidity measuring equipment. It consists of getting a detailed report of the stability and uniformity of a useful volume. At the same time, the results of the thermal characterization are used to calculate the uncertainty that contributes to the calibration of the characterized thermostatic baths.
In the case of isothermal media, we perform this service in equipment such as ovens, refrigerators, incubators, stability chambers, autoclaves, lyophilizers, cold chambers, among others. The aim of the characterisation is to check that, at each of the temperatures at which it works, the measurements are uniform. For this purpose, the stability and uniformity of the equipment in its useful area is assessed, in addition to knowing the useful volume of the isothermal medium.[vc_text_separator title=”How is the characterisation of isothermal media carried out?” title_align=”separator_align_left” color=”blue”]For temperature calibration, we place the gauges in the usable volume to monitor temperature and humidity. Thanks to this, we detect hot and cold spots and can determine the stability and homogeneity of the equipment. With the system
All the tests carried out are performed according to the UNE-EN ISO/IEC Standard and the technical note from
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